Earlier this month, Congress passed legislation that imposes paid leave requirements related to the COVID-19 crisis on small and medium sized employers. The Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act and Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act were part of a legislative package aimed at providing a limited financial safety net for workers affected by COVID-19 crisis. Set to take effect on April 1, 2020, the new laws have left employers straining to ensure that they can handle the administrative and financial burdens imposed by them.
Leading up to April 1, it will be imperative for employers to adapt their policies and procedures for administering leave so they can comply with these new laws without disrupting their own business operations.
In this session, you’ll learn:
- The nuts and bolts of the two new federal paid leave laws
- The common issues that arise for an employer in determining whether an employee is entitled to paid leave under these laws
- How the federal paid leave laws work in relationship to each other and an employer’s existing PTO policies
- How to take advantage of the tax credits associated with the paid leave
Justin Boron | Attorney, Freeman Mathis & Gary LLP
Justin Boron is an attorney at Freeman Mathis & Gary LLP. His practice encompasses labor and employment counseling and litigation, with a particular focus on employee benefits, executive compensation, and ERISA plans. His practice is nationwide, but he presently works from FMG’s offices in Philadelphia and Cherry Hill, N.J. Justin obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia and his law degree from Loyola University New Orleans.
Please note: Prices are subject to change without notice. All sales are nonrefundable. Playback and the on-demand recorded session will be available 30 days following the live event, and you can access the session for 90 days. Your 90-day access begins the day of order.